Thursday, 22 February 2018
The list, compiled by well-known cycling journalist Reece Homfray and published in the Herald Sun, recognises the athletes and business people that have made a considerable contribution to the sport in Australia. The impressive list includes household cycling names Cadel Evans, Anna Meares and Simon Gerrans as well as successful entrepreneurs Gerry Ryan and Michael Drapac.
A real estate advisor with over 20 years’ experience, Berrick has been included in the list because of his success brokering a sponsorship deal for the national team during the summer of cycling, as well as his involvement with Chain Reaction, a corporate cycling charity that he established in 2007 which has since raised over $22 million for kids in need. 

Australian Cycling’s 50 most influential list

  1. Gerry Ryan
  2. Mike Turtur
  3. Tracey Gaudry
  4. Simon Jones
  5. Shayne Bannan
  6. Cadel Evans
  7. Anna Meares
  8. Michael Drapac
  9. John Trevorrow
  10. Steve Bracks
  11. Andrew Christie-Johnston
  12. Leon Bignell
  13. Rochelle Gilmore
  14. Jason Bakker
  15. Steve Drake
  16. John Whylie
  17. Kipp Kauffman
  18. Matt White
  19. Richie Porte
  20. Brad McGee
  21. Wade Wallace
  22. Michael Ebeid
  23. Hitaf Rasheed
  24. Caleb Ewan
  25. Luke Roberts
  26. John Eren
  27. Damien De Buhon
  28. Berrick Wilson
  29. Robbie McEwen
  30. Matthew Keenan
  31. Tim Decker
  32. Bridie O’Donnell
  33. Simon Gerrans
  34. Mike Tomalaris
  35. Paul Brosnan
  36. Kate Bates
  37. Rob Arnold
  38. Michael Matthews
  39. Allan Peiper
  40. Adam Hansen
  41. Chloe Hosking
  42. Gracie Elvin
  43. Scott Sunderland
  44. David McKenzie
  45. Scott McGrory
  46. Phil Anderson
  47. Mark Fenner
  48. Dave Sanders
  49. Caroline Buchanan
  50. Donna Rae Szalinski

For the full list with bios, please click here.